Rethinking SEBI’S MPS Norm Vis-a-Vis Fostering Ease Of Doing Business In India – The RMLNLU Law Review Blog

By Mainak Mukherjee and Abhishek Bhatra

I. Introduction

SEBI’s Minimum Public Shareholding (MPS) norm mandates that all listed companies maintain a minimum 25% shareholding in the hands of the public, ie, non-promoters. The primary objective behind implementing this norm was

Complete Certificate Arbitration Course |Live |24 Lectures |Aug- Sep › The Legal Lock

About the Course

Arbitration is a popular alternative to traditional litigation for resolving disputes. This course provides a comprehensive overview of all aspects of arbitration law, from the basics of arbitration agreements to the enforcement of arbitral awards.

The course

Watergate Lawyer John Dean Says He’s ‘Curious’ About 1 Thing In Trump Investigation

Watergate lawyer John Dean said Tuesday that “all the signs point” to Donald Trump being indicted in special counsel Jack Smith’s investigation into the former president.

“I think it’s highly likely,” Dean told CNN’s Anderson Cooper. “The evidence is certainly

RMLNLU International Legal Essay Competition (RILEC) Conference and Workshop, 2023, being organized on 7th April in collaboration with Nishith Desai Associates.

The Journal Committee (“Committee”) at Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow (“RMLNLU”), in collaboration with Nishith Desai Associates, is organizing the 10th edition of the RMLNLU International Legal Essay Competition and Conference on Intellectual Property Rights and Technology

What Could the Suspension of AIFF by FIFA Mean for the Indian Sports Development? – The RMLNLU Law Review Blog

By- Kanika Goswamy


This article focuses on deciphering the legal side of the decision taken by FIFA to ban AIFF. Although the decision was overturned and the tires were lifted, the legal repercussions and other related consequences cannot be